Jack Dorsey, the maker of Twitter – one of the biggest social network in the world, and Square was profiled by “60 Minutes” and mentioned that he once dreamed of becoming a mayor.
The interview with Mr. Dorsey focused more on how his new invention, Square, handles payments through the mobile phones, but an interesting part catches attention when he mentioned that he wants to be a mayor in New York City.
Jack Dorsey did not state any more details about the mayor dreams like when, however, he mentioned that he wants to move . . . → Read More: Will Twitter Creator Run for Mayor in New York?
Jack Dorsey is back to be Twitter’s exec.
This was proven after he tweeted: Today I’m thrilled to get back to work at @Twitter leading product as Executive Chairman. And yes: leading @Square forevermore as CEO.
The return of Dorsey has been welcome by the commentariat. But we wonder how he is going to manage his time when he has to find time for his other start-up, Square.
A source from Business Insider says “Jack is amazing. He works from 5 or 6 am until midnight.” …
A regular employee in Twitter says . . . → Read More: Jack Dorsey is Back in Twitter
The message was mysterious. Two terms. No background, no punctuation, only: “inviting coworkers”.
However that short declaration showed to be sufficient to launch a worldwide occurrence that has launched careers, joined up extensive-missing relations, and even, several would fight, topple dictators.
Because Jack Dorsey, Twitter co-founder posted it last March 21, 2006, Twitter has registered closely 200 million users who now post over a billion tweets each week.
Dorsey has used up the previous few days tweeting a timeline of sorts, giving out what he was performing only before the big launch.
He tweeted, “5 yrs ago today, . . . → Read More: It’s Twitter’s 5th Birthday!